By Bryan A. Chapman, Esquire
For most workers, real-time documentation of a supervisor’s discriminatory behavior can be the key to a successful outcome in a discrimination case. This is particularly true if the case goes to court.
Employers win the vast majority of discrimination cases because they constantly document their workers’ job performance. When an employer terminates a worker, that employer will have already created documentation that indicates that the worker’s termination was due to deficient job performance as opposed to discrimination.
If a worker documents a supervisor’s discriminatory behavior in real-time, he may be able to demonstrate that the employer’s allegation of deficient job performance was a pretext for discrimination.
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